Sharing Power Query Queries

Chris Webb shows how to use Azure Data Catalog to share queries from Power Query:

While I’m really happy to have this functionality back, and I think a lot of people will find it useful, there’s still a lot of room for improvement. Some thoughts:

  • This really needs to extended to work with Power BI Desktop too. In fact, it’s such an obvious thing to do it must be happening soon…?

Given how quickly the Power BI team iterates, that’s probably the case.  Anyhow, read the whole thing.

Related Posts

Power Query and the Benefits of Immutability

Chris Webb explains why immutable expressions can be faster to run multiple times than mutable processes: Instead of taking the value #”Sorted Rows”[Column2]{0} and storing it in the variable Column2 then adding Column2 four times, I’m  adding the expression #”Sorted Rows”[Column2]{0} together four times. The query returns the same number as the previous query. However […]

Read More

The Importance of Interaction in Power BI

Marc Lelijveld continues a series on storytelling with Power BI: Many times, I see reports with loads of visuals on the pages. This results in both a really poor performance, as well as the end user has no clue what the key message is of this report. You can always ask yourself, is this visual […]

Read More

Categories

December 2016
MTWTFSS
« Nov Jan »
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031